Whats for dinner???

Discussion in 'Ruffit's Domestic & Wild Game Cooking/ Recipe Foru' started by JLA, Jan 10, 2011.

  1. Roadkil

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    Made this Sunday. Grilled Italian sausages with grilled green, red, yellow, orange peppers and red onions that got chopped up and topped with pepper jack cheese. Homemade coleslaw and baked beans.
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  2. mjp28

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    Geezzzzz Roadkil that sandwich looks great -or- one "Philly Steak Style" just like that really are among my real favorites!

    I might try both this week. :):)
  3. Iron Eagle

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    I dont have pics, but this is really easy. It tastes great, and is good for you. Take some boneless, skinless chicken breast meat, cut into strips. Roll them in Progresso Italian bread crumbs- with whatever seasoning you have- and panfry in olive oil.
    I made this for some friends of ours, along with my wife and daughter. I had five pounds of chicken. They almost ate all of it! I barely had any.
  4. JoeV

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    Great plate of groceries there Roadkill. My eyes made my stomach growl.:p

    I had nothing to do with this meal except to take the picture and clean my plate. DW did her usual great job on this typical Summer meal. It was delicious. Urp!


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    Meh.... It's better than nothing.... :(


    Hey JoeV, Good to see ya man... Been awhile.

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  6. JoeV

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    I figured out how to make microwave potato chips. Just a little sea salt and they were tasty, and a little healthy without the oil bath.

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  7. JoeV

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    Chicken Rizot (Croatian one-pot meal) with broccoli, salad and fresh baguette.

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  8. jack404

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    tonight, pork loin steak

    2 with shrooms one without

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    and waffles and ice cream after a repair job to the waffle iron .. to be continued
  10. JoeV

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    BBQ pork steak niblets, fried taters, s'ghetti squash and mater-cuke salad. Yummmmmm.....

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    Hickory and mesquite smoked chicken, potato patties with red corn on the cob.
  12. BETH

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    did some chicken thighs with cajun seasoning yummmmmmmmm on the grill
  13. BETH

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    did u give up cooking Josh?
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    Been busy hunting and gathering for the clan since crab season opened. One of the lucky ones that get the massage table (drawn and quartered) and then a sauna (steamed).

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    wow that baby is big, beautiful shot i personally never have eaten one
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    Spam Burritos! Spread some refried beans on a flour tortilla, top with 1, 3/8" slice of spam. Add chopped onions, some Tony Chachere's Creole sandwich sauce, and some shredded cheese. I like Extra Sharp Cheddar from Sargento. Then top it off with copious amounts of LA hot sauce! Microwave untill cheese is melted. Add any thing you want to!
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    Rotisserie Chicken, with asparagus on the side.

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  18. BETH

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    looks good
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    Pan fried taters, corn on the cob and pulled pork shoulder roast with gravy.

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